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Lowestoft pensioner admits police calls

PUBLISHED: 09:50 17 November 2009 | UPDATED: 15:17 06 July 2010

A LOWESTOFT pensioner who made persistent telephone calls to the emergency and probation services has been sent to crown court for sentencing.

Rodney Willsher, 67, was given an anti-social behaviour order on April 6 after admitting making calls to the police from his sheltered housing complex in High Street, Lowestoft.

A LOWESTOFT pensioner who made persistent telephone calls to the emergency and probation services has been sent to crown court for sentencing.

Rodney Willsher, 67, was given an anti-social behaviour order on April 6 after admitting making calls to the police from his sheltered housing complex in High Street, Lowestoft.

He appeared before magistrates in Lowestoft yesterday (Monday) where the court heard he had breached the order which specifically bans him from making nuisance calls to any public or emergency service 10 times. He was remanded in custody and the case was sent to crown court for sentencing at a date yet to be fixed.


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